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Katy area football stars from Week 4 – Houston Chronicle

Santana Scott (11) of Morton Ranch reacts after scoring a touchdown during the first half of a non-conference football game between the Paetow Panthers and the Morton Ranch Mavericks on Friday, October 2, 2020 at Legacy Stadium, Katy, TX.
Javon Goss (21) of Kempner is pressured by Daymion Sanford (27) and Jacob Johnson (94) of Paetow during the second quarter of a District 10-5A-I football game between the Kempner Cougars and the Paetow Panthers on Saturday, September 18, 2021 at Legacy Stadium, Katy, TX.
Katy running back Seth Davis, left, runs past The Woodlands defensive back Caden Miller (29) for a touchdown during the first half of a high school football game against The Woodlands, Thursday, Sept. 16, 2021, in Katy.
KATY AREA WEEK 4 STARS
Justin Cryer, Royal: Cryer had a team-high eight tackles (six solo), three tackles for loss, two quarterback pressures and a forced fumble to lead the Falcons to the shutout. With John Lewis contributing two sacks and Kendrian Vinson’s two forced fumbles, Royal enters its non-district finale one win from its most since 2010.
Seth Davis, Katy: The Tigers leaned on Davis for all but 20 of their rushing yards. The junior delivered, carrying 31 times for 224 yards and two touchdowns, the latter a 49-yard run for a 14-7 halftime lead. Isaiah Smith scored on a key touchdown pass in the fourth as Katy remained undefeated.
Julius Mourning, Tompkins: The Falcons put a dominant cap on another perfect non-district run. Including a 98-yard kick return for a touchdown, Mourning was honored as offensive back and special forces player of the week by the coaching staff.
Daymion Sanford, Paetow: Sanford led a balanced defensive effort with four tackles, one for loss, a sack and two quarterback hurries. The Panthers recorded six sacks and allowed a grand total of seven yards and two first downs, recording their first shutout.
Santana Scott, Morton Ranch: Scott simply could not be stopped, totaling 323 yards from scrimmage and five touchdowns against Lake Creek. He rushed for 239 yards on 21 carries, averaging 11.4 yards and scoring on runs of five, 37, 75 and 56 yards. To top it off, he hauled in a 47-yard strike from Josh Johnson with 4:22 left for a 40-35 Mavericks lead, their last of the game.
Shashwat Singh, Seven Lakes: Singh recorded four tackles, a forced fumble and a quarterback pressure to go with a team-high 2 ½ sacks, leading the Spartans’ best defensive performance. Including an interception and forced fumble by Bryce Turner, Seven Lakes allowed a season-low six points and 239 yards while forcing three turnovers.
WEEK 4 SCORES
Sept. 16
Katy 21, The Woodlands 14
Lake Creek 41, Morton Ranch 40
Seven Lakes 28, Heights 6
Sept. 17
Tompkins 57, Clear Creek 7
Klein Cain 63, Taylor 28
Clear Falls 37, Cinco Ranch 21
Royal 34, Austin NE Early College 0
Kinkaid 56, St. John XXIII 6
Davenport-Comal 52, Jordan 45
Sept. 18
Paetow 65, Kempner 0
WEEK 5 SCHEDULE
Sept. 23
Seven Lakes vs. Katy, 6 p.m., Legacy Stadium*
Tompkins vs. Cinco Ranch, 7 p.m., Rhodes Stadium*
Sept. 24
Mayde Creek vs. College Park, 6 p.m., Legacy Stadium
Morton Ranch vs. Taylor, 7 p.m., Rhodes Stadium*
Jordan vs. Lake Belton, 7 p.m., Tiger Field
Royal vs. Boling, 7 p.m., Falcon Stadium
St. John XXIII vs. St. Thomas, 7 p.m., Granger Stadium*
*District game
STANDINGS
19-6A
Katy 0-0/4-0
Tompkins 0-0/4-0
Cinco Ranch 0-0/3-1
Seven Lakes 0-0/3-1
Mayde Creek 0-0/2-1
Morton Ranch 0-0/2-2
Taylor 0-0/1-3
10-5A DI
Angleton 2-0/4-0
Paetow 2-0/4-0
Manvel 2-0/3-1
Hightower 1-0/2-1
Foster 1-1/2-2
Kempner 0-1/0-3
Terry 0-2/1-3
Milby 0-2/0-4
Wisdom 0-2/0-4
12-4A DII
Bellville 0-0/4-0
La Marque 0-0/3-0
Royal 0-0/3-1
Sealy 0-0/2-2
Sweeny 0-0/0-2
Wharton 0-0/0-4
TAPPS I-2
St. Thomas 0-0/3-1
SA Central Catholic 0-0/3-1
St. Pius X 0-0/2-1
SA Antonian Prep 0-0/2-2
SA Christian 0-0/1-1
St. John XXIII 0-0/1-3
Concordia Lutheran 0-0/0-4
Jack Marrion is a newspaper veteran who has covered sports at all levels since graduating from the University of Missouri in 2000. He worked at the Hobbs (N.M.) News-Sun and Midland Reporter-Telegram before relocating in 2008 to Houston, where he has covered high school sports in several parts of the area.
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